1. How To Prepare For Your Medical Card Evaluation

    The medical card process can be daunting for some people — after all, medical marijuana hasn’t been legal for more than a handful of years, and there are still plenty of misconceptions floating around about what medical “weed” does and doesn’t do. However, if you have a severe or debilitat…Read More

  2. What Is The Difference Between Indica And Sativa?

    If you’re new to medical cannabis treatment, odds are you aren’t familiar with the difference between cannabis sativa and cannabis indica. And we don’t blame you — medical cannabis is a complex plant with many different components that have a range of psychoactive effects. However, the good …Read More

  3. CBD And Epilepsy

    You may have heard it referred to as a “miracle drug” or a “cure-all” for a number of health conditions. Perhaps you’re using it to treat a chronic ailment, or maybe you’re just incorporating it into your preventative health care routine. Lots of people say that it has saved them from a …Read More

  4. How Does CBD Work?

    CBD oil is one of the most popular natural health remedies today, with more and more people discovering the benefits of CBD oil for treating a wide range of health conditions. However, not many people actually know what CBD is or how it works in the body to provide natural pain and symptom relief. A…Read More

  5. Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Cards In Illinois

    Medical Cannabis Outreach helps people of all walks of life gain access to natural treatment in the form of medicinal marijuana and CBD oil. With six convenient locations across the state, we are recognized as one of the best medical cannabis clinics to visit if you want to learn more about alternat…Read More

  6. THC Vs. CBD: What’s The Difference?

    If you are a new medical card holder in Illinois, Colorado, or Missouri, you’re probably wondering where to begin with medical cannabis treatment. After talking with a physician and other medical marijuana users, you’ll find that some patients prefer THC and others prefer CBD, and that each of t…Read More

  7. What Health Conditions Qualify Me For A Medical Marijuana Card?

    Illinois, Colorado, and Missouri are three of the 33 U.S. states that have legalized medical marijuana for patients with severe or debilitating health conditions who wish to pursue alternative treatment. Though not a lot of research has been done at the federal level with regard to the benefits of m…Read More

  8. How To Talk To Your Physician About Medical Cannabis: Part 2

    If you read part one of this blog series, you already know how important it is to educate yourself on the benefits of medical marijuana and CBD oil before meeting with a physician, as well as how being open and honest during your doctor appointment can make the conversation about medical cannabis ea…Read More